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Develop a tidying routine

Develop a tidying routine

Make time in your own schedule to tidy. Tidy up in one shot rather than little by little. Choose a designated home for each item and get in the habit of putting them back.

When you spring clean, always work from the top. Start with dry dust and cobwebs on the ceiling and work downwards. Set yourself a few tasks over a specific time. When the time is up, call it a day.

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